We are doing all we can to deliver information to everyone who visits this site in the most accessible way possible.
This website has been built to the latest web standards and is designed to work with screen readers.
We aim to uphold the principles and best practice of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines as set by the World Wide Web Consortium. We aim to ensure the site conforms to 'Double-A' standards wherever possible.
The site has been built to comply with standards (X)HTML and CSS2.
If you have an older browser (the software used to view web pages) such as Netscape and Internet Explorer 4 and earlier, this will affect how the web pages are displayed.